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, he shot three more people. - no. [gasps] no! this is yvette. - you know her? - yes, this is yvette jimenez. she was just a baby. this isn't my fault. you can't put this on me. - we're not saying that. - i-- he can't just owe me. i can't work that way. i got rent to pay. i got bills. i gotta go. - hey, look, we think he's looking for you. he was last seen headed back to hunts point. - you know what, i had johns come after me with razor blades, a table leg. i go to mass every day. i pray. - yeah, well, maybe god protects you, but... what about yvette, hmm? what about your friends out at hunts point? - hey, man, you trying to guilt me? - no, jeannie. you may know something that will be of help, something that you think that is not important, okay? we're asking you to help us now. please. - [sighs] well, if i help you, what do i get out of it? - we will work something out. - well, i want dinner, right now. and not some bologna sandwich. i want a steak. - we can do that. - and a baked potato. - creamed spinach? how 'bout another cup of coffee? - thanks, hon. - you're welcome, darlin'. i
and tomorrow we have yvette nicole brown and jilliam michaels revealing her top particulars for dropping a dress besides. bye-bye, everybody. >>> the killing of a northern california baby, we have more information on this heartbreaking case. >>> bracing for possible confusion at the golden gate bridge because of what happens next month. >>> and breaking news. a gas leak and an evacuation in san francisco -- at noon. . >>> bracing for a mikor change at the golden gate -- major change at the golden gate. that's one of the top stories. good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. >>> first, though, we're following some breaking news this noontime in san francisco where a pg&e crew is busy working to fix a gas leak in the city's mission district. newschopper2 is over the area near 24th and bryant streets. that's where a construction crew hit a 2-inch plastic gas line just before 11:00 a.m. several homes and businesses in the area have been evacuated and some streets in the area have been blocked off as a precaution. again, these are live pictures from newschopper2. you can see some of the
in >>> a maryland man remains in cr that make us who we are ken jeong: it's not just what's on the outside yvette nicole brown: it's what's inside that really counts alison sweeney: so get to know the people around you ann curry: you'll see all they have to offer al roker: the more you know >>> thanks for staying with us. we're having some technical issues this evening. >>> the man hunt goes on for a gunman who fired on another proving car in las vegas, causing this deadly crash. someone in a black range rover shot up a maserati on the vegas strip yesterday after an argument outside a resort. the driver of the maserati, kenny cherry, sped through a red light and slammed into a taxi. that taxi exploded. cherry, the taxi driver and the passenger were all killed. cherry's parents are on their way to vegas. >> kenny was a smart, lovable personal and cared about other people. >> the taxi driver, michael boldin, moved to las vegas a year and a half ago to be with his 93-year-old mother. >>> a photo-op with president obama could lead to changes within the d.c. fire department. three firefighters appeare
parents, david and yvette join us now. thank you for joining us now. i know this is a difficult one and you are here so this doesn't happen to other kids. tell me a little bit about chase. what was he like? >> he was a joy to be around. he would walk in a room and make everybody feel like you've always known him. feel comfortable. he had an inner light about him and he lived life with a zest and lived everyday like it would be his last. he had an inner light about him. people were attracted to that, older peers and younger children. we know he had an inner light because of how he lived and love he shared with family and friends and had that inner light from god within him. >> i know he was beloved by friends and people he went to school with and teachers and something that really devastated people when he passed away last march. did you have any sense? did you know he was trying this out, this fake pot? did you even know what it was? >> i was not aware he was trying it out. i was aware what it was. i had no idea he had experimented with it a hand full of times, we found out the day
, have a seat. thank you for the welcome. welcome to the jeff probst show. yvette is here today. say hello to yvette brown. >> i just love the gravity with which you said your own name, i love it. jeff: i know, we just had the weekend, we have a cool dude on today. geoff edgers is from travel channel's "edge of america." he got his name in the title and he goes to small towns and does
. the president will make his appeal during a white house yvette this morning. he will be joined by emergency responders, a group of workers the white house says could be affected if state and local governments lose their federal money as a result of the cuts. the $85 billion in across-the-board cuts is known as the sequester. the white house wants to offset the sequester with a combination of targeted spending cuts and tax revenue. >> mass cane will be the giants' opening day starter april 1st against the dodgers in los angeles. it will be cannes for scorer opening day start. last season king was the team's best charter going 16 in 5 with a 2.79 e r a, pitching the franchise's first perfect game and starting the all-star game. manager bruce bochy would not reveal the order of the rest of the rotation. >> we continue to watch a gas prices this morning. the national average continues to rise, we are looking at $3.78 for a regular gallon of gas as the national price this morning. the state average price right now is $4.17. >> we will be right back. >> we will be right back. well, well, well. gr
what's on the outside yvette nicole brown: it's what's inside that really counts alison sweeney: so get to know the people around you ann curry: you'll see all they have to offer al roker: the more you know chris: welcome back. joe's "time" magazine has marco rubio on the cover this week, calling him a republican save your. -- republican savior. chris christie and rubio are considered the leading republicans. who is ahead now, joe? >> jeb bush. chris: i knew you'd say that. gloria? >> paul ryan. chris: you're just playing this up. what game are you playing? paul ryan? come on. >> i think marco rubio is a very attractive candidate. chris: paul, take it back. paul ryan. >> he's staying in the house. chris: we read the same stuff. >> he wants to be speaker of the house. chris: that's a good scoop. >> these guys are overexposed and i think the next attention goes to jeb bush and somebody else gets a turn. >> if chris christie is talking about losing weight, he is serious. >> no, i think he is the guy that can shoot the lights out. we saw that at the end of the 2012 campaign. you can argue b
dearly. >> the consequences are tragic. >> that couple that we talked to, yvette and david burnett made this their mission to make sure what happened to their son last march doesn't happen to any other kid. >>> new jersey governor chris christie, mark zuckerberg and valentine's day all have what in common? love or something else? find out next. [ manager 1 ] out here in the winds, i have to know the weather patterns. i upgraded to the new sprint direct connect. so i can get three times the coverage. [ manager 2 ] it's like working in a giant sandbox. with all these huge toys. and with the fastest push-to-talk... i can keep track of them all. [ male announcer ] upgrade to the new "done" with access to the fastest push-to-talk and three times the coverage. now when you buy one kyocera duraxt rugged phone for $69.99, you'll get four free. other offers available. visit a sprint store, or call 855-878-4biz.
, both of us, because we know where his soul was as well as yvette and i, we know that we'll see him again. we have that heavenly hope. but when they said he was passed i instinctively told myself, this is wrong, wrong, wrong. you cannot walk into a convenience store in this country as a teenager or young adult or an adult, purchase a product, obviously to get high, and then your lungs shut down and you suffocate. it is wrong in a pure form. it's very frustrating as a parent to know that this is being sold throughout the country. it's not only sold in convenience stores. it's sold in head shops, adult novelty shops and various other avenues to sell the product. but it is a deadly product. >> part of the problem is there's a loophole where it's sold legally. so knowing that, you can get to the point where it's not sold, what can you tell parents to be -- part of it's awareness, i'm sure. also, what do they need to talk to their kids about so they understand the risks? you said chase didn't. >> well, it's talking to your children, your grandchildren, talking to them saying have you hea
back yvette. >> yes, i'm gorgeous! jeff: hello, hello. roll it! all right. a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show. and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show 'cause there's a lot to talk about. this is the adventure. [ applause ] hello, and welcome to the show. thank you very much. have a seat. thank you for the welcome. big day today. we have first, lisa rinna. i don't know how many years she was on days of our lives. she comes, she goes. she gets shot. she dies. she comes back. well known for being a host, red car met commentator. she also has a very big clothing line on qvc. she's giving us a sneak peek. and, with her -- if it wasn't enough, walter goggins. if i had to list my top 15 favorite actors in the world, movie, whatever, walton would be on it. he's in
's not just what's on the outside yvette nicole brown: it's what's inside that really counts alison sweeney: so get to know the people around you ann curry: you'll see all they have to offer al roker: the more you know >>> turns out daredevil felix baumgartner was going faster than he thought during his space jump last year. the official numbers are in and he reached speeds of 843 miles per hour. that's 1.25 times the speed of sound. originally, it was thought he only fell 834 miles per hour. >> is that all? >> yeah. >> baumgartner set the world record for the highest space jump last october when he fell more than 24 miles above the earth. >> incredible. that light landing after he fell from space. >> does anybody know what he's doing now? >> enjoying his life. thinking of the next adventure. >> you jumped out of space. what's left? >> 6:11, time for weather and traffic on the 1s. here's tom kierein. >> right before he jumped, he was told, "don't! "weather and traffic on the 1s. good morning. we're off to a cold start. it's around 30 degrees in prince george's county. also montgomery, arlin
, two days before her 45th birthday. sharon yvette moore passed away. >> i cried a lot about it. i was always there for her whenever she needed me to do stuff, little things, when she would come home with groceries, i was the first to get the bags out of the car. just always having a helping hand for my mom. >> the night before the funeral, demonte had a basketball game. with a heavy heart and sweet stroke, just as mom had prepared him to do, demonte took the court. >> i can't imagine coming out and putting on a jersey the day before the funeral, and then coming out scoring 30 points. i couldn't imagine the strength to come out and play. you can't see that it was definitely an outlet for him. >> sharon is gone, but her spirit lives through her charismatic son. the game they had honed together, and this indelible ink. >> she told me she wanted me to be real independent. she said there would be a time in this world when you will be on your own, so be prepared for that, and told me things are getting stuff. make sure you stay focused on what's important. soon you'll be on your own. ba
plan at whole foods market, part of the healthy eating challenge, led by yvette johnson. >> detoxing is something that our body does all the time, but we can help it along by choosing foods that help facilitate that. >> reporter: they're encouraged to eliminate refined sugars, flours, dairy, oils and strictly limit their meat intake to about 3 ounce as week. >> gives your system a chance to reset, recalibrate, kind of come back to center. >> they say they're feeling better and more energized. but nutrition experts warn other times, eye specially those that are strictly liquid, could lead you feeling the opposite. >> there's no evidence to indicate that it benefits the body in any way, and frankly the risks outweigh any type of benefit. >> reporter: joy dubois says that highly restrictive diets could lead to low blood sugar. >> you even may have heart pal pitations, because you're affecting your electrolyte balance. some folks feel not to happy and irritable. >> she says the liver and kidneys help the body detox naturally. and there's no physiological need to do it on your own through
. just $4.99. it's an epic breakfast sandwich. ken jeong: it's not just what's on the outside yvette nicole brown: it's what's inside that really counts alison sweeney: so get to know the people around you ann curry: you'll see all they have to offer al roker: the more you know albert haynesworth will be back in d.c. where a judge will determine if he's met the conditions to have charges against him from a few years ago dismissed. a waitress at the w hotel accused him of sexually abusing her. the judge agreed to drop the charge if he completed community service, didn't get arrested for the next 18 months and stayed away from the waitress. >>> coming up on 6:11, a live look outside. forget the clouds, look at that sunshine coming above the horizon. it's cold right now. but -- >> it's encouraging to see that, though. >> tom, what are we going to get? >> a lot of sunshine today. off to a clear start. that's a gorgeous live view from the city camera. look at the turquoise waters of the potomac. as we approach 6:11. it's near 30. upper 20s, also upper 20s in montgomery county. parts of ar
, yvette nicole brown, without jacket, i should point out. >> i'm from ohio, cleveland. this is our polar bear club. >> you're good. >> we won't make you dive into water. >> no water. this is enough. >> you are tough, much tougher than the rest of us. new season of "community," the fourth season begins tomorrow night. >> yes. >> 8:00, 7:00 central. a lot of people champing at the bit for this one. we thought we would get you in october. we had to wait for this one. >> we had to switch it out. we keep you on your toes. so october 19th has become february 17th. you never know when october 19th is going to fall. >> you did a whole halloween episode. >> we went out and did every holiday. we put little easter eggs in there. we'll make a reference to valentine's day and christmas. whenever it airs, it will be fine. >> shirley, is she finally going to get that sandwich shop? >> she may get a sandwich shop, you guys. this might be the year for shirley. it's looking good for her. >> meanwhile, joel mchale. >> we love you, joel mchale. >> yes. >> he makes references about the show that they're grad
park, and palo alto are sponsoring the gun purchase yvette, which will take place in the parking lot of east palo alto city hall between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.. if you will get $100 for a handgun, $200 for a rifle or shotgun, and $300 for an assault weapon. guns will be accepted anonymously with no questions asked. >> the latest search to find human remains associated with the speed freak serial killers wesley shermantine and the lake loren herzog failed to locate additional victims. death row victimsshermantine, have written numerous letters over the years. he previously identified locations and calaveras and san on joe quinn counties where human bone fragments were found last year, but nothing was recovered in this most recent a bit. the six week excavation cost of $200,000. in the latest effort, shermantine wrote at least one letter saying that the fbi was digging in the wrong spot. fbi officials denied this, and they say that they did try to meet with him to say, but that, that he " refused to cooperate " and refused to meet with them. >> a fairfield man, accused of killing a
kinds of fun that happen when you come to the show. >> joined by special guest, yvette nicole brown. it's a friday, so sweet you can almost taste it. >> jeffrey! [captioning made possible by cbs television distribution] >> jeff: all right, a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on the show. and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids, in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show, because there's a lot to talk about. >> this is the adventure. jeff: welcome to the show! thank you. have a seat. have a seat. have a seat. i wish you guys could see the show right before the cameras come on, where pete and bridget are both, get up! get up! applaud! it's the weirdest sort of sense of -- that people care, because you know it's only because there's crazy people, get up! i think i just busted my shirt open. ok, i'm excited today for
-- >> yvette nicole brown. hello, hello! [captioning made possible by bbs television distriibution] ♪ jeff: all right, a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show, and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show because there's a lot to talk about. >> this is an adventure. jeff: welcome to the show. have a seat. thank you for the nice welcome today. today is about people doing small acts of kindness that are making huge changes in people's lives. i really think you're going to like the people you meet today. but first, and i'm going to welcome you
was around and involved. >> in the crowd watching the speech was yvette holt. this surveillance tape shows the day her 16-year-old son was murdered. a gunman walked onto this bus and started shooting. >> i think violence is going to change. it has to change. we can't continue at this pace. what he said is so important because now people understand it's not just up to the president. it's not just up to the mayor. it's a multifaceted approach that needs to take place in the city of chicago, and really, it starts at home with the parents. >> we also spoke with these two women who now find themselves on the other side. aunts of michael ward, one of two men charged with hadiya's murder. they describe him as nice and funny and they say while they don't know if he's responsible for the shooting, they say the violence has to stop, and like the president, their own community has to step up. >> stand outside and say let's get together, let's walk the streets, let's walk the block. not we're going to have a candle burning. that's not it. let's have a conversation with the kids. >> before his speech,
and feel the writer has some nerve, writing for th post. yvette wrote, i agree, it looks terrible. and jerome wrote, i've traveled from nyc and dc plenty of times. nyc is way filthier. thanks for sharing your thoughts. >>> stop the presses. the washington post may be on the move. the publisher announcing the possibility in an e-mail to staff members this morning, saying the company has not decided when or where it may potentially move. copies of the newspaper have not been printed in the current location in over 10 years. the newspaper hopes to find a more modern and efficient building, and probably sell that one for a whole lot of money. >>> it's an issue that falls right behind heart disease and traumatic illness, in terms of how much it costs america every year. but a lot of people don't like to talk about mental illness. today, a hollywood heavy weight was in town to help start a national dialogue. fox 5's beth parker was there. >> reporter: they entered the room, mental health professionals, and one hollywood heartthrob. their message? >> that mental illnesses is a normal par
fight. people are just hitting back and forth. technically, this is not a city sanction yvette. they have done this for years. its cost about so many dollars for them to clean up all of this last year. >> there was a shooting outside of a school in san leandro and we do have a live reporter on the scene. we will be back with more in a minute. a minute. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. when you bundle tv and internet. on beautyrest and posturepedic. financing and save up to $500 get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. but only through presidents' day at sleep train. real big deals of the week. or how to keep from driving all ove
department is gearing up for this july 26th yvette. >> there are not that man many facilities that can accommodate this kind of show. to have them playing it means a lot to the department and bottom-line the city will get more revenue. the hope is that people will stay, have dinner, and stay overnight at an hotel. our motto is for people to get out and play. >> the tickets are on previous sale and they go on sale on february the 28th. >> well-wishers from around the world are sending tens of thousands to homelesa homeles man and kansas city. it all started after a one man accidently dropped her diamond engagement ring into billy ray harris's donation cup. when she realized it the next day, she went back. harris kept the rink say for her and gave it back. she was so happy, she set up an online fund raising site to help him. so far, after only a week, it is up to $88,000! the money will be given to harris at the end of a 90 day collection campaign. >> there is much more to come on our third hour of kron 4 news weekend. let's take a live look outside and san francisco. >> good morning. th
the catastrophic nature of rollover yvette's with several bus accidents resulting in fatalities at this winter season. we see companies not to put out of service until after there is a fatal accident. they are inspected, they do have records, but yet they are not addressed until after the fatal accident. so i will say california is a great state with investment of motor carrier safety. they were a leader when it came to every bus company being expected -- inspected for i am not surprised california highway patrol pulled it over to times but at the end of the day it is the cost of doing business to be pulled over and put out of service. recede millions of expect bond negative inspections of commercial vehicles. this is important that all of us strive on our highways they drive beside you. over 20 percent at roadside are put out of service because they have a defect so significant it has to be repaired before they hit the road bike breaks. 70 percent of drivers are put out of service because they have powers for record violations. we would never see hours of service violations in aviation. but w
physical activity in schools. also expected to appear at the yvette, olympic gold medalist at gabby douglas a tennis star as a reno williamserena williams. >> we will be right back. >> welcome back the time is 7:29 a.m.. >> tomorrow will certainly be the day for you to be out and about. today however we are celebrating 40's and low '50's outside right now. yesterday were clinging on to low 20s. tomorrow is expected to be the warmest day of the week and we do have big changes to talk about with the potential of sprinkles. >> they quit the commute check from the golden gate bridge. the traffic is doing well and we are seeing heavier traffic through the east bay perry ed moderate to heavy conditions for the south bay freeway but it is still not too bad for the peninsula and north bay rides. >> 7:30 a.m.. we are following the latest this morning out of santa cruz were two officers were shot and killed tuesday before the suspect was also killed. kron 4 will tran is liven santa cruz. >> the communique continues to come out and we just saw a family of four with two young children who brought
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